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  • God is always ready, we are unprepared. God is closer to us than close, we are distant to him. God is inside, we're out. God is native to us, we are strangers. (Meister Eckhardt)
    Bernd
  • If you love, love, you must love fear. If you fear, fear, you will fear love.–Sri VedaVaani
    Sri VedaVaani
  • Even in the darkest of days, there is good to be found. For God is good, and God is everywhere.
    Rev. Sam J. Shelley
  • God make us perfect. It is our mind that see's imperfection.
    Rev. Sam J. Shelley
  • The beauty of this invitation is that nothing needs to be changed, fixed, or eliminated. It is a non-dualistic, non-judgmental enquiry into our present being. Everything happens through the agency of awareness.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • The separate inside self always has a point of view. In fact, the separate inside self is a point of view. I, Awareness, however, have no point of view. I am the viewing.
    Rupert Spira
  • The way to bring what we want into being, is to be what we want to bring into being. Embody it, and breathe it into the world.
    Richi
  • We don’t think about our head until it hurts, and we often don’t think about our lives until there is suffering. It is a wake up call.
    John Greer
  • “When we realize that who we are is formless awareness we begin to lose the fear of death. When this formless awareness realizes it is also form we begin to lose the fear of life.” ~ Loch Kelly
    Loch Kelly
  • "Mature and integrated spirituality IS not to project our light and darkness to anybody or anything in the outside anymore. Then we eventually can stand on our OWN feet, MEET on eye-level and LOOK for ourselves."
    Florian Schlosser
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